Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 110
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 110

Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Wednesday, November 5, 1969
Page 110
Start Free Trial

Page 110 article text (OCR)

Scoreboard Cross country WASHINGTON 19, BROPHY 3« 1 S.I miles — Ed Reak (W) 10:24.8. Golf Phoenix, Wed., Nov. 5, 1969 CITY *O The Arizona Republic 67 Cortex vs. St. Mary's-something's gotta give Bveroff; 71 Kay Walsh; 72 Barbra Eherl.enb8ct>;._ 73 (tie) Jackie Pascal Marsie Markham; 74 Bell Lowe, Max- Ine Hansen, Kay Garrison. .DESERT FOREST GC ,— (Men's 6ay T-N-T Best Ball) •*- 84 (tie) F. La- Parse, C. Morse, C. Case; N. Brown, M. Jackson, W. Coeryer. , ARIZONA CC (Foursome Quota) — Plus 11, Dottle Fries-Marilyn Monroe- Iris Chlpman-Bettv LaCasse; plus 7, Bobble Moser-Betty Meyn-Pat McLeotf- Button. Joyce Bu By MIKE GARRETT The St. Mary's-Corte:; ctesh Friday at Cortez may .not only be game of the ®jj&k but the game of the yearK' Observers of last year's 31-28 contest, won by St. Mary's, say it was one of the finest high school games in years. The game was decided by Bob Richey's 36-yard field goal with 20 seconds left in the game. An intercepted pass set it up. It was the first time Richey had ever kicked a three- pointer. Such is the way St. •R. •J — 32- ,aon 'CENTURY CC (turkey shuck) — 75, •Rachel Brown; 78, Shirley Kay*. '* ROADRUNNER CC — (Roadrunner 'Ladles Golf Association)— 9 holes) Low Cross— Alannah Kasan 51; (18 holes— •fillnd Partners) Low Gross — M. L. J annex, Annabel le Moore 192. * SCOTTSDALE CC — (Four Clubs) — Class A— Doris Mages 70; Class B— Frieda Adams 76; Class C— Alice Parsons 83; Class D— Irene Haney 68. "i SUN CITY Cc (Hole-ltvone): Joe W. L. (Shorty) Davis, first ace In 49 year* of golf, 4 Iron on 17th hole, 135 yards. MOON VALLEY CC (women's low me net): Class A— Donna Cunning 73 • — yers, Doris Williams, Evelyn Sa ' v ' ; Be D atl* Penny ^•«"«*'"i, /ua. \»ia»s o—wjuria Ganem, J4t Glnny Peterssen 76; Brynne Tlm- berlake 77. Class C—Mary Halsup and Doris Mason 74s; Gloria Pau 79; Jo «RVfe SnJh&SfW* »' Pat Basketball ABA Eastern Division Indiana Won Lost Pet. Kentucky," '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 6 Pittsburgh Carolina N Mi 2 2 5 3 6 , Western Division .857 — •7» ' GB '/a ew York ........ '. 3 iami ............. 3 Dallas 7 Los Angeles 5 Washington 5 New Orleans 4 Denver 2 .636 .500 .455 .400 .222 Washington 117, Carolina 107 Softball SLO-PITCH f PARK _ Texaco Ener- oetlcs 9, United Vacuum 1. MARIVUE PARK - Master-craft Fur- nltureK, Eskimos 6; Westwood Tap & Crlll 12, Security Mortgage 9. .UNIVERSITY PARK - May-Davis Court Reporters 13, Shipwreck 12; .-Hurricanes 10, Bob's Sporting Goods 7; •Austln-Wofe Refrigeration 18, Casta•ways 17; Hallcraft 20, APS 13. '• GREEN VALLEY PARK — Palmeras 6, Portslders 1; Superllte 22, Southern Tjuffet 14. ? PIERCE.PARK — Martlnque Lounge Jjft ft. Lukes Hospital 9; Village inn ,#1 13, Continental Bank 1. • FREEWAY —' Crescendo 12, Los Xompas 9; Joe's Tavern 14, Thompson .Industries 1. Hockev AHL Quebec 5, Hershey 2 EHL Greensboro 3, Jacksonville 3, tte Bolt pursues !,000 purse SCOTTSDALE — Winner of three prestige seniors competitions this' year, Tommy Bolt — who would Iik6 you to believe he's toned down from terrible tempered to tolerant — would like nothing better than to beat some of the younger guys here in next week's $50,000 PGA Club Professional Championship. In last year's inaugural of the new PGA event, Bolt battled for the lead through 54 holes, knocked in a sensational eagle-2 on a par-4 hole and finished in a tie for sixth. That's not good enough for Bolt, though, and you can bet he has designs on nothing but top money of $8,000 this time around. The 51-year-old pro's earnings this year total $27,935, of which $14,235 was picked up in 11 PGA tour appearances and $13,700 in the three seniors triumphs. The total is some $1,000 more than he won in his best previous year, 1958, when he took the U.S. Open crown. Bolt, not the greatest of putters, has one of the best iron games in the business. "It used to be I could look at a putt and x see nine ways for it to go into the hole and only one way it could miss," he said. "Now. ... I can see nine ways for it to miss." Leafs surge sinks Seals OAKLAND (AP) - Toronto scored three times in the second period and rolled on to a 5-2 National Hockey League victory over the Oakland Seals last night. Mary's wins the big ones. The game had everything. Cortez quarterback Bill Demory and St. Mary's all- stater Bill Mannion each threw three touchdowns. The yardage on those tosses were 76, 68, 26, 62, 19 and 2 yards. Demory had 280 yards passing and Mannion 232. Cortez had led four different times by a touchdown and St. Mary's once before the final field goal. Ironically the regular Knights' field goal kicker, Raul Chavez, had broken his ankle the week before. Now the situation is reversed. Richey has been out since the first game of the year and Chavez has resumed his field goal duties, booting one of 26 yards against Brophy last week. "He's accurate," says St. Mary's coach Ed Doherty, "but his range is only about Eastern Boston 6 New York 6 Detroit 6 Montreal 4 2 J I W 13 2 4 12 Toronto""' .'.".'.".'.'..'.'.'.".". 4 42 10 '"Vires'tern'Division Chicago St. Louis ............ 4 3 3 Oakland ............. 4 5 1 Philadelphia ......... 2 2 5 " Ml PI nnesota 460 Pittsburgh 2 Los Angeles ....j......... 26 o Last Night's Results Toronto 5, Oakland 2 GFGA 33 27 32 32 28 20 38 U 30 24 17 26 36 24 21 31 19 26 28 31 25 27 15 26 Cortez sights No. 1 AP preps Associated Press The recollection of a year-old defeat is still fresh in the minds of the Cortez High School football team. They hope to sweeten the memory Friday. Cortez lost to St. Mary's, 31-28, on a 41-yard field goal in the final 15 seconds of the game last year. The victory enabled St. Mary's to later Westerners rip Salvation Army The 1969 women's basketball season opened on a successful note for the Phoenix Westerners last night as they beat Salvation Army Sols, 59-53, behind Marj Wilson's 20 points. Westerners play the Sols again Sunday at 1 p.m. at Broadway Youth and Family Center gym (14th Street and Broadway). Westerners, current defending state and regional A ALT champs, play in the Great Western League, composed of teams from Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, California and Arizona. School 1. Westwood 2. St. Mary's 3. Central 4. Tucson 5. Cortez 6. Saguaro 7. McClintock 8. Maryvale 9 Amphitheater 10. South Mountain Won-Lost Pts. OPP. 8-0 7-0 8-0 7-0 8-0 7-1 7-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 340 207 225 185 243 237 270 166 172 159 74 40 75 63 80 99 48 76 70 64 Here Is the Class AA-C top 10, as selected by The Associated Press, first place votes in parentheses: 1. Eloy, 7-0 2. Round Valley, 7-0 3. Safford, 7-0 4. Parker, 7-0 5. Plma, 6-0 6. Winslow, 6-0-1 7. A|o, 7-0 8. Paradise Valley, 4 9. Aaua Frla, 6-1 10. (tie) Antelope, 6-1 Fl "»>'§ 80 67 lorence/6-1 42 34 25 25 win its second straight state championship. Another good game is likely this year. St. Mary's is 7^0 and ranked first again this week in The Associated Press Class AAA ranking. Cortez is 8-0 and ranked fourth. Friday's matchup will decide the Skyline Conference B League title. 25 yards. I only hope we can get close enough." This year's game again has all the ingredients. Doherty is expecting a much lower score this time around but the Skyline B title is again riding on the line. If St. Mary's wins, they would only have to get by Sunnyslope the following week. Cortez would have a tough Prescott outfit to contend with. Both Pete Altieri and Doherty respect each others' teams and coaching ability. "Doherty always seems to find a way to beat you," Altieri has said. "They make you play them," Doherty said. "There are no weaknesses in their defense that I know of. "Hartman (Ed) and Wixted (Bo) are great backs and Lunsford (Randy) is a very accurate passer," Doherty claimed. The Knights coach will have middle linebacker Tom Kil- leen and halfback Joe Fierros ready to go after coming back from injuries. Both were St. Mary's mainstays before the injury bug hit. But halfback Rich Trigueros is on crutches and will be lost for the game. Killeen worked out yester- day and was able to put pressure on his foot without pain since his injury. Fierros ran well for the first time in two weeks. If it's possible, this year's, game may top its predecessor. Each team lost once last year. Both are undefeated the second time around. . •» FALSTAFE Jeer 6 PAK 12 oz. Bottles ON SALE plus taxes • ADJUST BANDS • CLEAN SCREEN • NEW FLUID • ADJUST LINKAGE TOTAL LABOR $ 39 «ALS — 4 MR. SERVICE SERVICE TODAY! AVOID COSTLY REPAIRS KNGI OVERHAUL Prices St»rt At I CYL. LABOR gQ MOTOR-MATIC POLICY: • Free written estimate. No obligation. • No surprises! Unauthorized work never performed. • Highest quality material & workmanship fully guaranteed at lowest possible prices. O Free Interest loons for 3 mo. on approved credit. • Free Towing • Loan Cars Available. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 100% PARTS & LABOR BANKAMER.CARD " — fUU, SERVICE GARAGE Own 7:30-5:00 Won. thru frt. Sal. 'til ItOO DRIVE OUT SATISFIED UflTflD UJITIP:;?fe733;lGRANpAVENUE mil I Un-mA I JJU^r-^HqNE •254-658f: ENGINE ^m^ Steinkraus star in horse show NEW YORK (AP) - Bill Steinkraus, the 43-year-old Olympic gold medal winner from Noroton, Conn., captured the Democrat Trophy in international jumping last night as the 86th National Horse Show opened in Madison Square Garden. Steinkraus' triumph gave the powerful U.S. equestrian team a clean sweep for the day. During the matinee, before the official opening of the event, Frank Chapot, Steinkraus' Olympic teammate who finished fourth in Mexico 'City, won the West Point Challenge Trophy. '• Steinkraus was up on Bold Minstrel, the horse on whom he tied the National's high jumping record of 7 feet 3 inches two years ago. Bold Minstrel had the only clean round in the six-horse jumppff: He was clocked in 40.3 secpnds. Bills' Guidry out for year BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-Buffalo Bills' linebacker Paul Guidry suffered a separation in his right shoulder in Sunday's Kansas City game and is lost for the rest of the American Football League season. Guidry was injured in the first quarter, but continued playing until the third when he hurt the shoulder again. Ofscovtr America'* largert Selling Clear It's not only a!970 Volvo. It's a 1974 trip to Europe nd a 1978 swimming pool. Buy a Volvo from us and it could cause a dramatic rise in your standard of living. That's because the 1970 Volvo is built the same way ,as all previous Volvos: ;to last. (We can't say how |long, but 9 out of every iJO VolvQs registered here in the last eleven years are gtill on the road.) ^o three years from now, you should find yourself keeping the money you'd nor» mally spend for a new car. A year later, in 1974, you'll have saved 12 monthly car payments. At about $90 each, that's $1080. Or enough for you and your wife to vacation in Europe, By 1978, you could save another $4320. Enough for a swimming pool. For further information on Europe and swimming pools, consult your Yellow Pages. For further information on the car that makes th,em possible, consult us. OKtWl IMQTORB 1500 1, CENTRAL * 252-6844 EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN PRICED LOWER ^H^^itMW^^P^ •Bil^FABIBr SHOPPING CITY Come To Globe & And Track Down Our Big Discounts for the Hunter 910013 fe?i B Hettrick8'x8» Umbrella Tent N I Globe DiscountPrice Aluminum Frame, Easy to erech Arctic Seal Dry Finish 188 D w Got Your Sights On A 'New Gun This Season? Globe's Got 'Em! • r v. MOSSBERG - 800 x 6 oz. Canvas pack tent. Mildew re 1 sistant, water rep client. H ettrick Deluxe Pup Tent Globe Discount Price 88 ^ • Mossberg 800 has lightning action • Top grain wood stock • Positive safety 7777 Hoppe's Complete jGuii Cleaning kit B. Glenfield 3O/3O With Scope Handy kit contains all essentials for complete gun care. Globe Discount Price 88 . 20" carbine barrel, solid receiver, side ejection. , Walnut finish hardwood stock, pistol grip; 5-shot repeater .Complete with 'rugged, precise Glenfield 4X scope. C. Marlin Goose Gun . Extra-long 36" barrel, great for those high flying birds • Shoots 12 guage .3" magnum or regular 2,3/4" shells . Selected walnut stock, carry- 1 ing strap, 3-shot'repeater. 4266 D. Stevens 12 Ga. Shotgun Chambered for high velocity 2 3/4" and 3" shells. Cross bolt safety locks trigger. Selected walnut stock. Modi* fied or full choke. , ><">. !' » / '**<' W 7144 •ryj>r ^-? sp&s®/* ^$y- z £ Coleman Sleeping Bag 31obo Discount Price 1388 . insulated with 3 lb.| polyester filling, cotton poplin cover, flan* nel liningi ! . Finish size 33"x75'V 100" zipper. • r* ^ •< . ' V Big Game Knit Bags Oobe I Discount Price iij Buck Stop Deer Soent 1C. pSSIrt £!£}» in closi iim^iMfv vy»^ «•»""*'?» flw^yl* *WP ii fresher, Buck ScenL .Rflj^n ed by top hunters, Globe Discount Price f t 4 ^ Bushnell 4X Scope S-.-1 < I yj? Coleman Lantern Discount »! , ~'~"t .v^aasiff..^!!^.! Coleman Fuel Globe OO rw, Discount Price * Men's & Boys' Pac Boots Men's Cfeftft 7»i« Wjfc^P'^y Boys* 3-6. «.3.44 11 J^V** <9AI)f>Vi t Men's Leather Boots Globe Regular' 15, Warm *'»*vv ^p*ur.. Price m price m^P ?rj ce ^UP yrfce ^FW » .3*F.^ « *** w BQist yowr kUl in this Bring 'em Jn^ close witti Baiiww ^^fmescope „, '.^ , w « , » i , Boyf 9'6»..3.« Var«i, w roesh bag of durable cot' proven Buck Stop Sgper is dust and moisture* Colemnn single mantle Famous Coleman Fuel, for Boys'.11-2,, ,3,96 uppers, soft leather. ll^t toll to-AfcMpii fresher, BucHscswU .Reponuaeuu« seajed, reticle alwaj's roo4pl o »ftq A, Ow flWliis ftove«,Ia»t«nw,«to, FuWy• 'iMUJItteil rubber Wfr .Neoprent&.w" icleaner. r ed by top hunters, remains catered. bwo»8JtolQliQMff. with dgep»oieated BQ\es, mtoto ®m®i*V!»

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page